Here are some distinctive options for memorable after-hours events in cities and towns throughout Ohio.
Ohio’s suburbs are close to international airports for easy fly-in access and crossed by interstates for convenient arrivals by automobile.
This central Illinois city is no stranger to big business.
As the birthplace of Elvis Presley, Tupelo, Mississippi, holds a rich history of live music, historic buildings and more than 160 restaurants.
The Missouri Theatre, owned and operated by the University of Missouri offers meeting space inside or on the theater’s rooftop deck.
The Dollywood DreamMore Resort is a wonderful all-in-one destination in the heart of the Smoky Mountains.
Besides the iconic double row of 28 oak trees, Oak Alley Plantation features ample meeting spaces,a restaurant and overnight accommodations.
The Lodge at Deadwood is one of the newest and most luxurious hotels in Deadwood, and features panoramic views of the Black Hills.
Grand Rapids is perfect for planners who want a more affordable destination aside from the larger metro areas in the region.
Located at the convergance of two interstates and featuring a wealth of history, Macon draws meeting planners into the heart of Georgia.